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TS: GO 23 , DT 20.03.18 and GO 14, DT 23.05.2015 - Guidelines  on  Role  and Responsibilities  to  Anganwadi  Teaches and Anganwadi  Helpers  – Payment  of  honorarium,  leave  entitlement, disciplinary proceedings

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TS: GO 23 , DT 20.03.18 and GO 14, DT 23.05.2015 - Guidelines  on  Role  and Responsibilities  to  Anganwadi  Teaches and Anganwadi  Helpers  – Payment  of  honorarium,  leave  entitlement, disciplinary proceedings

⏩ Leave  on  Medical grounds is permitted without honorarium  for a period  of  (6)  six  months  i.e.  180 days by  producing doctor  certificate.

⏩ Leave  on  private  affairs  is permitted without honorarium for  90  days.

⏩ Child  Development Project  Officers  concerned  shall make  incharge  arrangements with  neighboring Anganwadi Centres  so  that  delivery of  services  is not interrupted.  

A.  Role of Anganwadi Worker:-

perform the  following  functions.  The  Anganwadi Worker  shall

⏩1.  The center should  run  from  9:00 A.m  to 4:00 P.M  every  day.

⏩ 2.  Issue  of  Ration  (Eggs, Rice, Dal, Oil,  Vegetables, condiments and Milk)  for  Pregnant &  Lactating  Women and Pre-School children as per average attendance  of  previous  three days  to Helper.

⏩ 3.  Boiled  Egg should  be  served  at  10:00 A.M  to  the  Pre School Children. (PTO)

⏩4.  Conducting  Pre School  Education  to  children  between  3-6 years as per  preschool  time  table  using Pre-School  Kit,  providing a joyful learning environment for  the  children  and assessing development and  learning abilities using the  ECCE  card.

⏩ 5.  Organizing Supplementary Nutrition  feeding for  3-6  years children,  hot  cooked  meal  for Pregnant & Lactating  mothers  as per the prescribed  menu. 6.  Follow Food safety  and hygiene  at  AWCs strictly.

⏩7.  Ensure prescribed  feeding  every  two hours  for Severely  Acute Malnourished  & Moderately  Acute Malnourished  children.

⏩8.  Undertake  Growth  monitoring: Weighing all children 0-3  years (monthly) and identification  of  growth faltering in  children  will be a crucial  activity.

⏩ 9.  Conducting Special  Days: a)  NHD-I- Distribution  of Take  Home  Ration (Bala Amrutham  +8 eggs) and Growth monitoring. b)  NHD-II- Involving  ANM/ASHA  facilitating  immunization, ANC and PNC, micronutrient supplementation, de-worming, referral etc., conducting  monthly Health Nutrition and  Sanitation Education.     

⏩10.   Maintaining  Mother  Child  protection card  (MCPC)  and individual      growth charts to track  the  growth trajectory  of  every child.

⏩ 11 Providing special  care  to  children who  are underweight, identifying  severely  & moderately  acute malnourished  children and  referring  them  to  PHC for medical  check  up.

⏩12 Following  up  children  rehabilitated at NRCs.

⏩13 Undertaking home  visit for  one  or  every day between  4-5 PM, especially  to  reach  out  to  the children  under 3 years,  high-risk pregnancies and Lactating mothers etc., and also  providing counseling to  pregnant women and  initiation  of  breastfeeding, exclusive breastfeeding for 6 months  and  introduction of complementary feeding  after  6  months  to  Lactating women.

⏩ 14   Providing  home-  based guidance  on  early stimulation  and       development to  monitor  developmental milestones  of  each child.

⏩15 Identifying  children  with any visible  disability  or  developmental delays and referring children  for  Child Health Screening  and Early  Intervention  Services.

⏩16   Participation in  Village  Level Meeting of  VHSNC,  etc.,

⏩ 17   Creating Linkages  with other sectors specially health, Panchayat,  Education, Drinking  water  and  sanitation  etc., for improved  health  and  malnutrition  status  of the people  in  the village.

⏩18 Eliciting community  support  and participation in  delivery  of services.

⏩ 19   Coordination  and  facilitation  of programmes delivered  from  the ICDS platform like  SABLA, KSY,  IGMSY,  WIFs,  RSBK  etc.,

⏭20 Convening  the  Anganwadi Level  Monitoring  and  Support Committee (ALMSC)  every  month  as  and  when  required  and report  progress to  the next  higher level.

⏭21 Maintaining  Records and Registers pertaining  to services,  SNP components,  beneficiary details,  deaths  and births of  mothers and children  and  updating every month.  Preparing Monthly progress Report in  prescribed  formats.

⏩ [ 22 Organizing ECCE  Day at  the AWCs.

⏩23 Getting  Pre-School  Certificate issued  by  CDPO  to  the children joining  in  primary  school  and  maintaining  a Register  for tracking  such  children.

⏩24 Conducting Annual  Household Survey  once  a year  and updating quarterly.

⏩25 Any other  responsibility assigned  by  the  Govt. from  time  to time.

👉 e. B.     Role of Anganwadi Helper:

⏩ 1.  Maintenance of  Anganwadi  Centers- cleaning  the premises daily  and arranging  for  clean drinking water.

⏩ 2.  Cooking and  serving of  food  to  the  children  and  pregnant  and lactating women.

⏩ 3.  Maintenance of  hygiene at  the Centre.

⏩4.  Collecting and  bringing  small children  to  the  Centre  and ensuring  cleanliness of  small  children.

⏭5.  Proper and  safe  storage of  commodities  at  the Centre

⏩ 6.  Assisting Anganwadi Workers in discharge  of  her  duties.

⏩ 7.  Any other  responsibility assigned  by the  Govt. from  time  to time.   

👉2.   Payment  of  honorarium:

The  honorarium will be  directly credited  into  the  saving Bank Accounts of the  Anganwadi Workers and Helpers  every month  based  on  the work  done  reports received  from  the Supervisors and CDPOs.

👉3. Leave Entitlement:

⏩a.  The Anganwadi  Workers  and  Helpers  are entitled  to  12 Casual Leaves per year.

⏩ b.  As  per Govt.  of  India F.No.1-3/2010-CD-I,  dated:9th  July,  2010, paid absence  on  maternity would be  provided  for  a period  of  180 days and  may cover  any period  beginning from  the  8th  month of the  pregnancy.  Paid  absence  on  maternity would be  admissible for a maximum of  2  occasions with  less than  2  surviving children.

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